Missing teens now suspects in three murders in B.C.

RCMP say two young B.C. men who were considered missing are now suspects in the deaths of three people including a man found dead about two kilometres from their burned-out vehicle near Dease Lake, B.C., as we well as a 23-year-old Australian man and his American girlfriend, who were shot to death at least four days earlier, about 470 kilometres away. Police say a nationwide manhunt is underway for the two suspects. Police say 19-year-old Kam McLeod and 18-year-old Bryer Schmegelsky should not be approached. (The Canadian Press)

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